Spirit Movement Church Sparks Revival in Francistown and gets ready to set...

Spirit Movement Church Sparks Revival in Francistown and gets ready to set the world ablaze.

Our generation has the greatest opportunity in all of history to experience revival, awakening and the supernatural power of God. 

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Prophet collins Revival is hereThe flames of a great revival have been sparked in Francistown and soon the blaze will take the whole nation in its wake.

“I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh, your sons and your daughters shall prophesy … your young men shall see visions” (Joel 2:28).

In every generation, God has been faithful to bring revival to His people and spiritual awakening to nations. In almost all cases, those movements of the Spirit were most evident among young people. Most modern-day surveys indicate that up to 85 percent of all people who get saved are converted before age 30, and most before age 25. One preacher described young people as “kindling” which helps set fire to “old logs.”

Speaking via his social media platform to announce a new ministry, Prophet Collins Kesalefa said “I have ministered via the internet to people in many nations, but, God has directed me to set up base in Francistown. We will start something big there. We will build one of the biggest churches there.

Spirit Movement Church is the name that God gave me in a vision.”

Prophet Collins Kesalefa is a man blessed with the gift of prophecy and he is used mightily by God.

He is a servant of God in great demand and he will be going to minister in Egypt this December.

Spirit Movement Church Sparks Revival

Onward Christian Radio spoke to Prophet Collins Kesalefa about the coming of Spirit Movement Church to Francistown and the revival that he has sparked and he said:

“Our generation has the greatest opportunity in all of history to experience revival, awakening and the supernatural power of God.  Spirit Movement Church is a vehicle of revival it is not so much about location yes, we are in Francistown, Botswana but as Christians young and old; depending on our vision, our ability to conquer our enemies and our desire to achieve our destiny, we could see a dynamic demonstration of the Holy Spirit’s power in our generation.

Let it be recorded in the history books of Heaven, that the young Christians of this generation respond in radical obedience and dedication to the revelation of the purposes of God for their lifetime. Let us be like David who “served the purpose of God in his generation.” Perhaps we will discover that we came to the Kingdom “for such a time as this”

What is Revival

Commenting on this announcement Christian author Brill Pongo (aka) ‘God’s author’ said: “Francistown will never be the same again. Botswana is blessed to have God rising up young energetic spiritual leaders the likes of prophet Collins. A revival is surely here, but first what do I mean by revival? Let me locus this in scripture.

What does Scripture mean when it speaks of revival?

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In the Psalms, we hear David saying, “Though I walk in the midst of trouble thou wilt revive me,” and again he cries out, “Wilt thou not revive us again that thy people may rejoice in thee?”

And here Habakkuk prays, “O Lord, revive thy work in the midst of the years.”

What is meant by revival in these passages of Scripture? The word itself is most suggestive. It means to stir afresh that which is already alive. There is a life in every born-again person that needs from time to time to be freshly stirred and roused up, and when this takes place, it results in increased devotion to the Lord JESUS CHRIST, in greater carefulness as to one’s own individual walk before GOD, and in deeper exercise in getting the Gospel to those who are out of CHRIST.

As a rule, when people use this word “revival,” they mean “awakening.” They are not really thinking so much of revival among the people of GOD as an awakening of the unsaved, and it is very good that we should be thinking of that. It is right in that connection that we have the prayer of Habakkuk, “O Lord, I have heard thy speech, and was afraid.”

I would argue we live in a time more dangerous compared to the days of Habakkuk. If there ever was a time we might well have asked, “Is there any use praying for revival in days such as ours? I would say now more than ever is a time for us to ask God to send forth revivalists such as prophet Collins Kesalefa.

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